$20 for $40 Worth of Official Team Merchandise at MLB.com/shop

Online Deal

Value Discount You Save
C$40 50% C$20
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Limited quantity available

In a Nutshell

The official online shop of Major League Baseball and its 30 clubs offers authentic jerseys, caps, memorabilia, home & office items and more

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 31st, 2013. Limit 1 per person. May buy up to 3 more as gift(s). Promotional value expires 3/31/13 at 11:59 pm ET and is valid for one use only. $40 minimum purchase. If voucher not redeemed by such date, Groupon will refund amount paid to purchaser in original form of payment. Contact MLB.com at 888-652-7467 with assistance. Discount does not apply to shipping, handling, gift wrapping, gift cards or taxes. See return policy. Offer is non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Besides showing your support, wearing official jerseys to a game means you get to fill in when the team gets stuck in the door frame while trying to leave the locker room together. Suit up with this Groupon.

$20 for $40 Worth of Official MLB Club Merchandise

Toddler T-shirts are $9.99, men’s authentic BP team caps are $27.99, men’s design-your-own long-sleeved T-shirts start at $24.99, and toasters that sear team logos onto each slice of bread are $39.99. This Groupon can be used with other offers.

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As the official online shop for Major League Baseball and its 30 clubs, MLB.com/shop outfits fans with authentic game apparel and merchandise. Customers browse the digital shelves to shop for—and, in some cases, even design their own—jerseys, caps, and T-shirts, and also pick up gift-ready items such as collectibles, books, and DVDs. In addition to current team apparel, MLB.com/shop stuffs fans’ closets with throwbacks such as the 1945 Dodgers jersey with the Brooklyn logo, the pinstriped engineers’ cap from the 1977 Pirates season, and the giant pair of shorts the 1976 White Sox liked to all climb into during the seventh-inning stretch.

For those who have team spirit and enjoy athletic competition
For those who dress to thrill